Seears Park

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Once a cornfield, Seears Park is now a lovely place for a stroll. It was bequeathed in perpetuity to the people of the borough by Mr and Mrs John Seears, who had lived nearby in Quarry Park Rise, and opened formally as a park in 1934.

Sears Park, Cheam

Above: Seears Park, Cheam

Seears Park on St. Dunstans Hill occupies an area of 1.94 hectares. The park's name is often mispelled as 'Seers' or 'Sears'.

Plinth at entrance to Sears Park

Above: Plinth at the entrance to Seears Park, made from Portland stone and carved to resemble two outward facing heads. It used to be topped by a drinking fountain with a statue of a boy, and bear an inscription thanking the Seears for their generous gift of the park however, over the years, bits have disappeared, leaving only the plinth standing

Cheam information:
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History of Cheam
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Lumley Chapel
St. Alban's
Parks & Gardens:
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Nonsuch Park
Seears Park
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Ye Olde Red Lion
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Old Cottage
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